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the good in me greets the good in all of you. who knows where is this is from? india. today we are sharing an form. we are members of the dance company based here in san francisco and we are taught by somebody who has been doing this art form for over 50 years much the ladies including myself we have been studying with him for a long time. you will see different things. lots of sounds with our feet. a little bit of story telling through mime and expression and you will learn about math in dance. who would have thought. today we will start, our next piece means the coloring of the stage. dancers show the hindu aspect of the dance by using the positions of our hands we will show you we are decorating the stage and make a water picture and cleaning the stage with the water. plucking flowers and decorating the stage with the petals of the flowers. we will awaken the 5 senses through the blowing of a conch shell. we will demonstrate the 3 duty, creator, producer and the destroyer in order to make way for new creation. [music] [applause] good morning. afternoon, actually. so, as you can see this
there could be another mumbai style mass attack in india dateline pakistan. and there's concern that i write about in my book that pakistan could actually become a jihadist state. that's thinking the unthinkable in terms of pakistan. it's not the most likely outcome by far, it's not eminent, it's not inevitable. but for the first time in pakistani history, i think it's become a real possibility. the stakes here couldn't be larger. pakistan is the 6th most populous country in the world with 180 million people that will soon within a decade be the 5th largest. it is a second largest muslim and surprise indonesia within a decade. this is the fastest growing nuclear arsenal in the world. today pakistan is obvious -- is on the cusp of becoming the 5th largest nuclear weapons power in the world. for those of you who don't walk around with a cheat sheet, who are the top five, us, russia, china, france, and the united ud kingdom. pakistan is close to surprising the united kingdom and on the trajectory to be the 4th largest. it's the host to more terrorists groups than any other nation. per square ki
rebels. there are sanctions onfor refusing to step down. india's cricket fans celebrate as their team beats pakistan, of their biggest sporting rifle, to reach the finals of the cricket world cup. -- their biggest sporting rival, to reach the finals of the cricket world cup. the libyan foreign minister, moussa koussa, who is regarded as one of colonel khadafy's closest allies as arrived in britain. he is resigning and is no longer prepared to represent the libyan government. british officials say that moussa koussa flew under his own free will on what is believed to be a british military plane. the government claims that he is visiting as part of his official duties. we will explain what is currently known about moussa koussa's arrival. >> we know very few details about moussa koussa traveling to britain. the foreign ministry explain what happened. they said that the libyan foreign minister had traveled to the u.k. from tunisia, out here arrived in england some hours ago. if we are told that he traveled under his own free will and he is no longer willing to represent gaddafi on the wo
to enforce it. and a billion fans as india and pakistan face-off in cricket's world cup. the stakes go well beyond the playing field. >> welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and around the globe. just a few weeks ago, the rebels in libya appeared to have the upper hand and now they are on the run. such is the fickle nature of this war. speaking of a fickle, and appears muammar gaddafi's foreign minister has given up on his boss. he made his way to the u.k. today. rebel forces had been heading west from their stronghold in benghazi. but now they have lost the town of brega. we begin the coverage from further down the coast. >> revolution 101 -- beginners' of lessons in using a rocket- propelled grenade. but there is more guesswork here that expertise. the rubble -- the rebels want more weapons and the international community is suggesting they might get them. what is missing here is training and leadership. >> if we get the new weapons and someone training as, maybe we can do something to push him back. but with this old weapon, we can do anything. >> who is actually in charge? >> no com
to enforce it. and a billion fans as india and pakistan face-off in cricket's the stakes go well beyond the playing field. >> welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and around the globe. just a few weeks ago, the rebels in libya appeared to have the upper hand and now they are on the run. such is the fickle nature of this war. speaking of a fickle, and appears muammar gaddafi's foreign minister has given up on his boss. he made his way to the u.k. today. rebel forces had been heading west from their stronghold in benghazi. but now they have lost the town of brega. we begin the coverage from further down the coast. >> revolution 101 -- beginners' of lessons in using a rocket- propelled grenade. but there is more guesswork here that expertise. the rubble -- the rebels want more weapons and the international community is suggesting they might get them. what is missing here is training and leadership. >> if we get the new weapons and someone training as, maybe we can do something to push him back. but with this old weapon, we can do anything. >> who is actually in charge? >> no commander
this weekend. >>> plus holly is getting a taste of india this morning. holly, good morning. >> reporter: i am. it's hard not to. we're live at kennedy center and they are celebrating all things india. everywhere you turn there is some type of tribute. right now we're live in the great hall and they have a celebration called maximum india. we'll tell you how you can come out and be a part tv and why you don't want to miss it all live later. >>> first let's take a look at today's trivia question. which 1960's movie was the first to ever show a flushing toilet on film? was it breakfast attiveon a yes, sir, the graduate, psycho, or rosemary's baby? take a guess by heading to our facebook page. we're back in a moment. it's 9:20. bree: sis, help me create my oasis. marcy: ok, romantic garden? bree: oh, is there a castle nearby? marcy: no, but there's a charming farmhouse. bree: right next to my posh castle! i'm sensing a theme here. well, i am the queen, dear sister. and this is the next generation of air fresheners from air wick; powered by 100% natural propellants for a cleaner fragrance experien
in tokyo. >> stay with us, if you can on bbc world news still to come, there is growing evidence in india that a network in a series of terror attacks is blamed on muslim militants. first, though, fighting has intensified in ivory coast between supporters and opponents of their leader. hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced by this conflict already, but still they come. city folk who never thought their lives in the ivory coast, once one of the richest countries in africa would come to this. this old man saw three days of shooting and fighting, and so he's leaving the city and returning to his native village. it is in flames because the incumbent leader refuses to leave office. everyone but his close associates says he lost last november's elections. now his army and militia are under pressure from armed opponents and sanctions from the international community are lashing out. this woman paid for her ticket but said she was forced off the bus by his soldiers. according to her, they said they didn't want the world to know the population was fleeing. the election in ivory coast
are mesmerized as india and pakistan face-off in the world cup. >>> well, on pbs in america and around the globe. it's just a few days ago, it seemed that the rebels had the upper hand in libya. now they are on the run. such is the fickle nature of the war. they say without continued help from western powers, the opposition cannot overthrow the government. following coalition air strikes, the rebels had been moving from their town of benghazi, but now have lost a town. >> revolution 101. beginners lessons in using a rocket-propelled grenade. but there is more guesswork and expertise. it the rebels want more weapons, and the international community is suggesting they may not get them, but what is missing here is training and leadership -- the international committee is suggesting they may get them. i>> maybe we can do something to push him back, but we cannot do anything this way. >> who is in charge? >> he is, together. it no commander. only together. we make the plan together. maybe he is with us. i don't know. >> you just heard some names of leaders? >> just names. >> some generals have defect
one in times square. there is concern there could be another move by style attack in india. there is concern that i write about in my book, pakistan would actually become of jihadist state becoming the unthinkable. it is not the most likely outcome buy far it is not imminent are inevitable but for the first time in history it could become a big possibility. the stakes here pakistan is the sixth most populous country in the world and assume could be the fifth largest country in the world's second marred -- largest muslim and will pass in a nation within a decade. the fastest growing arsenal in the world. today it is on the cusp of becoming the fifth largest nuclear weapon power in the world. for those of you who do not walk with a cheat sheet of the top five nuclear power is us, russia and china france and the united kingdom come up pakistan is close to surpassing united kingdom and on a trajectory to make it the fourth largest. it is the host to more terrorist groups than any other nation in the world. per square kilometer you cannot find more terrorists man in the gaza str
of crickets world cup has just got under way, pitting the hosts india against their neighbors and rival, pakistan. excitement is at fever pitch at the stadium. many hope the game will smooth over years of bitter relations. india won the toss and have chosen to bat first and the winner will seas sri lanka in the world cup final. >>> india says he doesn't rule out arming fighter in libya. it comes as opposition forces suffered a new setback. they gained ground in the last few days and now coming under fire with gadhafi trying to push them back out of key towns like binnia wad and ras lanuf. like bin jawad. you're looking at pictures taken 15 kilometers outside bin jawad. cnn saw rebel fighters making a pretty hasty retreat. the fighting continues as foreign ministers and top diplomats from 40 countries met right here in london to talk about the crisis in libya, they united and believe gadhafi must go. they agree military action has to continue in the country until gadhafi forces put down their weapons. here's what the u.s. president had to say about the opposition. >> first of all, i thin
skyrocket. >>> quite the post match celebration. an estimated 1 billion people tune in to watch india and pakistan battle it out for a place in the cricket world cup final. >>> we begin this hour in libya, where the focus is on who might be next to defect from moammar gadhafi's regime following the resignation of one of his closest advisors, foreign minister moussa koussa is now in the uk. he's no longer willing to represent the gadhafi regime. his defection is a boost to those hoping to topple gadhafi's nearly 42 year rule. his departure comes as an intelligence source admits to cnn cia is operating inside libya, gathering information to get a better sense of the political and military situation there. on the ground, fighting is continuing to rage between rebels and gadhafi forces and the opposition has retreated between bin jawad and ras lanuf, losing much of the territory they regained. rebels try to recover from their loss. >> reporter: to say this front is fluid is a serious understatement. here we are yet again at the gates of aa agaajdabiya. there was talk about them reaching t
place right now. if it was anything like the match between india and australia, we are in for a real treat. they elected to bat first and they started pretty badly. lost their openers with just 16 runs on the board but recovered slightly to 47 for two, that was a short while ago. the winner of that one will -- the other semifinal is between pakistan and india after india beat the world champion australia team, knocked them out of the tournament. here's a picture of ricky punting. hasn't scored a century in -- 104-118 balls. when he was out, he had just wondered whether australia scored enough runs. well, this is in the reply. saying their staff who hit a half century hit a wicket and saw india home. those are the winning runs, india set up that semifinal with pac park. that's why they are happy, the co-host to the semifinals. >> not pretty happy, australia. ricky got a century, but even that wasn't enough. >> yeah. when you score a century, you hope to be on the winning side. he was on the losing side. but they won the last three world cups. so many people feeling they had their time
comes to a stand still as india meets pakistan for a place in the world cricket fight. now today marks the 30th anniversary of the attempted assassination of the then u.s. president ronald reagan. the gunman john hinckley shot the president outside a hotel leaving him with life-threatening injuries. we report. >> an ordinary day becomes a moment in hizzry. -- in history. six shots fired from a few meters away. president reagan is practically thrown into his car. the gunman is mobbed by police and secret service. three men fall. cut down by gunfire. the president's car speeds away. in the car the secret service man with him checks him over. he seems fine. the word goes out over the secret service radio. >> he is ok. >> they head to the hospital but the president has blood coming from his mouth, bright red and he looks poor. it was his behavior inside the hospital that changed the way americans looked at their president. >> this was true reagan, cracking jokes, funny one-liners. being heroic in the face of death. americans like a cowboy. they like a guy who can laugh at death and it play
family's connection to sugar because my great grandparents traveled from india across to guyana which is in south america, but it's considered part of the caribbean, and they came to cut, to work on sugar plantations. so part of what fascinated us was what is this substance where someone in be his family -- in his family all the way in russia, a serf, and someone in my family looking to get a better life over here in india and then over to the caribbean, what is this substance that could effect people from such different parking lots of the world? -- parts of the world? >> and before we trace that out, we want to ask you a question. how many of you think you might have sugar somewhere in your family background? so that's one, two, three -- oh, man, yes! yes! >> all right. what i'm going to do, i just want to hear from a couple of you where your family might have been from, okay? >> well, i think my family might have been in the caribbean -- >> caribbean. >> okay, absolutely. >> okay, very good. okay? >> i feel my family was either in the caribbean or in europe. >> very good. >> okay,
when it claimed to identify a drug-resistant superbug originating from india. indian authorities however were quick to refute the study, in particular its claims that foreign patients going to indiafor medical treatment could be infected. >>reporter researchers: in britain claim there's a new bug in town. the ndm-1 superbug, short for new delhi metallo-1 can spread rapidly and is extremely immune to antibiotics. but many in india thinkthis label stigmatizes the city and even the entire country. >>dr. shetty: i've worked in different parts of the world, in different hospitals, and resistant bacteria is common in every hospital, in every intensive care unit. naming bacteria after a country or after a city, especially when the country is trying to promote itself a medical tourism destination,i thought it wasn't a medical reason, the reason was something else. >>reporter: even those who believe that concerns over drug resistance are valid, disagree with the report's controversial conclusion that advises against medical tourism to india. >>dr. kakkar: there is no mention of the sample
the wheel. >>> and coming up later this morning, they are celebrating everything india at the kennedy center. we'll check in with holly morris who is learning more about this month-long celebration. that's coming up.  my diet? well yesterday i had an apple turnover. i know it's sort of my weakness. i always keep it in the house. well, that and boston crème pie, white chocolate strawberries, and mmm key lime pie. yeah, i've already lost some weight. [ female announcer ] yoplait light -- over 30 delicious flavors at about 100 calories. babe, what are you doing?! ♪ [ female announcer ] the yoplait you love, now in a 4-pack. try it today. >>> it looks like you may not be allowed to legally text in maryland even if you are at a stoplight. state lawmakers are close to approving a bill that bans that. right now the law says if you can't text while your car is moving. the beefed-up law would ban texting or looking at your cell phone if not moving. if caught you will face a $500 fine and one point on your license. >>> and sports headlines. dreams of march madness for two local teams
pride are at stake. on wednesday, pakistan plays india. a big match helping to soothe often bitter relations. thousands of people are expected to skip work to watch the game. i'm zain verjee in london. "world business today" starts now. >>> good morning from cnn london. >> and good afternoon from cnn hong kong, i'm pauline chu. this is kporld business today. the top stories on this wednesday, march 30, tepco's troubles keep mounting up. now the company's president has been hospitalized, apparently suffering from stress. >> high fuel prices and natural disasters clip qantas' wings. how the australian airline is cutting back. >> and businesses in india and pakistan are bowled over by the cricket world cup. >>> so, wout further adieu, take you to how the stocks are trading in europe. one hour to the trading session. here's how the numbers stack up presently. after a couple of days, some of the european markets gaining ground. we have the likes of the dax all in excess of 1%. when it comes to the london ftse 100, that market up .6%. the mining companies such as for instance, bhp billit
consiguió las imágenes del protagonista de india en paños menores. esta tijera si que corta. y comienza ya! ♪ (cortina musical) . >> buenas tardes amigos y bienvedos a su show favorito. tenemos imágenes de rush en paños menores. pero carolina suelta tu dosis de veneno. >> ay si. >> tienes que esperar para las fotografías. >> bueno les cuento que mijares podría tener nueva novia. y la tijera tiene las primeras impresiones. >> agarran borracha a una paisana mia, ella podría llevare el tijeretazo del día. paulina podría acallar los rumores de crisis. >> y habló la novia de cristian castro. >> y vamos a comenzar con raúl garcía. como es eso que jorge salinas ya no se casa >> bueno por ahora. ahora está más enfocado donde está la iglesia. y las razones nos las cuenta él. >> ya jorge salinas tiene bien claro como será la boda de sus eños. >> me encantaría hombre, pero no se, son temas que no voy a platicar. voy a hacer partícipe al público en general. >> tiene ya fecha ¿no? >> no, para nada, en este semestre no se puede. hay que seguir chambeando así que tal vez el segundo
under construction across the city. >>the biggest symbol of buying power is the new home of india's richest and the world's fourth richest man, mukesh ambani. his palatial tower dominates the skyline of south mumbai. according to reports, it has six floors of parking, a few swimming pools, a ballroom, a cinema and three, yes three, helipads. >>no wonder then india's rich are scrambling to get their own version of a luxury apartment. >>lodha: mumbai is a city of 22 million people or thereabouts. home ownership rates which are are in the range of 20 percent - extremely low by global standards - a rapidly developing economy, and a land-locked island city 456 square kilometres in area - one-fourth of what the new york metropolitan region has for example, but four times the people. so all these factors put together contribute to a very real demand - continues demand for all sorts of real estate. >>reporter: and buyers are lapping up developments as soon as they are announced. vijay srirangan has invested half a million dollars in an apartment in this building complex in a mumbai suburb
actriz reveló en una fotografía. india hay un y lo y no es de ropa. muere señores elizabeth tlor y lo que le dijo al mundo en una red social. regresamos con eso. >>> este domingo a las 7/# centro. regresa, famosos en la mira. ya regresamos. ¿la pantalla plana? usamos layaway de kmart. pones $5 más algo de erada y lo pagas en 8 semanas sin cargos financieros. ¡es lo máximo! con layaway de kmart no hablarás de otra cosa. Úsalo ya antes de la primavera. más que smart, es kmart smart. [ locutor ] siéntate. está bien. tienes preparation h con la única crema que ta da alivio de máxima potencia para el dolor. y alivia inflamación, ardor, y picazón. preparation h. los medicos la recomiendan por nombre. >>> quien es la persona que le pegó a sabina. >>> revela que fue golpeada por su ex esposo que tan complicada es esta relación hay 2 hijos de por medios. camila de 7 años y de 4 años. >>> llega a dar delts escalofriantes como jorge peralta según las palabras de sa cabina que llegó un momento que la amenazó. y la pistola en mano. y los n estaban en frente. y ella declara que su h
. >> and in india, about 100 people staged a demonstration on friday demanding that the government scrap its plan to build more nuclear power plants in the country. >> even a country like japan unable to manage a nuclear plant, we must transfer the whole substance and more to renewable energies which are safer. >> 20 nuclear power plants are in operation in india. the government wants to double that number by 2020, to catch up with soaring energy demands and growing economic growth. >>> in quake-hit northeastern japan, more than 10,000 people have been confirmed dead, and about 17,000 others are still unaccounted for. the death toll is expected to rise further. two weeks have passed since the quake and more than 200,000 people are still in evacuation shelters. nhk world reports from one such shelter. >> reporter: it is now one degrees now. and very cold. rain is falling from time to time. and many people are trying to warm themselves with fire. people are becoming more and more tired. the people can't sleep because they're very worried. and many say they continue to be nervous by living in a grou
coast. welcome to bbc world news broadcast on pbs and around the world. coming up, india's cricket fan celebrates as their team beat pakistan, its biggest sporting rival, to reach the finals of the cricket world cup. hello there. welcome. the libyan foreign minister who was regarded as one of colnel gadhafi's closest allies arrived in britain. a statement issued said he is resigning and is no longer prepared to represent the libyan government. libyan officials say he flew there under his free will on what is believed to be a british military plane. the libyan government said he is merely visiting britain as part of his official duties. >> we know very few details about the circumstances that led to him travel to britain. the foreign office released a very short statement. they said he had traveled to the u.k. and arrived at an airport in england hours ago. we were told he traveled there under his free will but was no longer willing to represent colnel gadhafi on the world stage. now we understand the bbc tonight that he is being debriefed, probably by intelligence officials but not yet
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all of our secrets in the newsroom right now. >>> coming up next, in india, big athletes command big money and no more so than in cricket. when we come back, we'll find out how lucrative it is to be a corporate pitch man. i realized i needed an aarp... medicare supplement insurance card, too. medicare is one of the great things about turning 65, but it doesn't cover everything. in fact, it only pays up to 80% of your part b expenses. if you're already on or eligible for medicare, call now to find out how an aarp... medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company, helps cover some of the medical expenses... not paid by medicare part b. that can save you from paying up to thousands of dollars... out of your own pocket. these are the only medicare supplement insurance plans... exclusively endorsed by aarp. when you call now, you'll get this free information kit... with all you need to enroll. put their trust in aarp medicare supplement insurance. plus you'll get this free guide to understanding medicare. the prices are competitive. i can keep my own doc
a drug-resistant superbug originating from india. indian authorities however were quick to refute the study, in particular its claims that foreign patients going to indiafor medical treatment could be infected. >>reporter researchers: in britain claim there's a new bug in town. the ndm-1 superbug, short for new delhi metallo-1 can spread rapidly and is extremely immune to antibiotics. but many in india thinkthis label stigmatizes the city and even the entire country. >>dr. shetty: i've worked in different parts of the world, in different hospitals, and resistant bacteria is common in every hospital, in every intensive care unit. naming bacteria after a country or after a city, especially when the country is trying to promote itself a medical tourism destination,i thought it wasn't a medical reason, the reason was something else. >>reporter: even those who believe that concerns over drug resistance are valid, disagree with the report's controversial conclusion that advises against medical tourism to india. >>dr. kakkar: there is no mention of the sample size calculation, there is n
. >> they are thinking of china, they are thinking of india. they are thinking of singapore. >> rose: right. >> those are models... >> rose: but they are thinking of universal values. >> yes, but it's... they may call them differently but definitely... >> rose: sometimes they say turkey might be a model. does that make sense to you? >> it makes sense to me. whether it makes a lot of sense to the people in tunisia, egypt, libya, i'm not absolutely certain. but we know enough about it. they certainly admire him but they admire because of his position on the palestinian issue... erdogan. >> rose: so what impact will this have on the palestinian issue? >> you know, i asked some palestinian friends "why don't you do the same? why don't palestinians go now to the street it is way the tunisians have done and the egyptians have done and the libyans are doing and say we'll not go home until the occupation ends?" of course they remember what happened to them in the first intifada which was totally peaceful. and they are divided. >> rose: but the palestinian authority... >> this is really crippling. the other t
: research in motion may be headed for a showdown in india. the indian government has given the company until the end of the month to hand over encryption keys to its corporate blackberry e-mail service. r.i.m. gave india access to its consumer service late last year, but the smart-phone maker won't let its corporate e-mail service be monitored. india worries terrorists could use that service to communicate. >> tom: the european union wants to beef up rules for online privacy. in the next few months, new proposals will be rolled out putting more safeguards on personal information. regulators want users to be able to completely erase personal data if they choose to do so. now sites such as facebook, google, microsoft and yahoo would be targeted because of their use of personal information. here in the u.s., the obama administration is also looking at greater privacy protections for web users. >> susie: in the "money file," why women, especially, need to negotiate when it comes to pay raises. here's manisha thakor, co-author of "on your own two feet: a girl's guide to personal finance." >> ladi
be the final. >> i wonder if india has drawn to a stand still. it would be interesting. the world cup. if the world cup fever hadn't gripped in gear yet, it certainly is now. australia they are the four-time winners in the tournament. world cup winners three times. this match should be a thrilling natural store. the captain won the toss. it hasn't yet tom to life yet but in australia in the -- the winner of that one will play pakistan. that will be a great semifinal whoever goes through. pakistan thrashed the western with 10 conflicted. -- with 10 wickets. the west indy coach criticized the senior players. this one was out for eight. he said don't blame the senior play. he apologized and he is now the leading wicket taker in the tournament with 21 wickets. well, then in reply mohammed and cameron, in the pakistan openers, 175 balls left in their innings. they won by 10 wickets. the man of the match, 61. and pakistan, winning their match easily. they will play australia or india. as i said, australia, 21 -- excuse me, 24 without loss. i think that is ahead. can't see. so a very early d
e-commerce retailer in india. >> snapdeal is a very simple concept. every day there's one very attractive deal. people come to the website, buy the deal, then go use it at the merchant. >> reporter: bahl's company has created 300 jobs and counting. but he sometimes wonders what if. what if the country where he got his education, at the university of pennsylvania, where he helped start a company while he was still in business school, had let him stay in the united states? >> i put my chips in the american basket and said that, let me try my hand here. >> reporter: but bahl's visa ran out. and so he took his skills back to india. the united states issues only 85,000 of the so-called h-1-b visas for highly skilled workers every year. these visas expire after six years. the san francisco bay area, the home of the silicon valley, stanford and berkeley, this has always been a magnet for the best and brightest from foreign lands, but now many are wondering why do u.s. immigration officials make it so hard for them to stay? >> they're strengthening our competitors. we're weakening ours
'll hear from india and china. >>> and going inside interpol. how the top police body has been attracting investment. >>> well, a look at the european stock markets open for 62 minutes now. and they started the week lower on concerns over the unrest in libya. we've got that subsequent spike in oil prices. so we are seeing a little bit of money coming off the table. not that much, actually, by comparison with what i suspect has been going on in asia. but all of the old problems are back to haunt us. but it's so surprising, really, that london is down by as little as it is. as for paris, off by about 1/5 of a percent. lvmh has anonounced plan to tak over in a $5.2 billion deal. and that has sent the luxury fashion company shares down almost 1%. there is actually a premium here to the price. and bulgari shares have shot up by 60%. the 50.4% owned by the bulgari family is being sold to lvmh and the current ceo of bulgari will remain on or will move to the board of lvmh. >>> now, let's have a quick look at the greek economy. we've got news there from rags to riches only two weeks ago the prote
as antique decolonized india and large parts of the far east. and so, you had from the 18 eighties this scramble for africa when you had the europeans get together berlin and literally sat down and carved up the continent in an extraordinarily arrogant way, and it happened to britain because they had a powerful navy and sending ships out to india to establish themselves in the late 19th century in kenya but actually the british weren't that interested in kenya. they didn't have a lot of resources and had very poor communication in land. when you have to remember is a huge continent like africa. the only way into the continent is actually rivers and canyons never had this sort of big rivers like the congo to give steamships access into the interior and so kenya was left to the very end the late 19th century before the british got involved at all in developing it, but then of course there was the power struggle with the other colonial nations and germany was on the rise and imperial russia was on the rise, and therefore i guess the british had to consolidate their power. the other im
implacable que nunca, y seguida por cine dli estrellas, y a las noche, india, en capítulos decisivos, no te puedes perder. >>> disculpa. >>> có ♪. >>> yo no sé ustedes, pero me tiene sorprendina la historia de la hermana de sofíavergara, más adelante, y mientras tanto, qué dijo galilea montijo, cuando le preguntaron del político. >>> eso de sofía vergara, es igual, el novio que no es el novio, lo dice todo, aunque no qura, escuchenla. >>> sube, y sube como la espuma los rumores de que galilea ya andaba con otro, antes de terminar con el doctor, el tercero en discordia, en político, por el partido verde de méxico. >>> no quiero habl de él, no soy yo, para hablar por él, en el momento en que decida que ando con alguien, lo digo. >>> político de acapulco? >>> no voy a hablar de él, no es el momento, y el día que esté con alguien formalmente se los voy a decir. >>> no voy, mira, sabes qué, contestarte, significa involucrar a gente que merece todo mi respeto, las cosas no son así, hay momentos para decir las cosas, hay medios que se adelantan, y dejare que todos hagan sus hist
astro del pop de su propia muerte. >>> y le ya regresamos. >>> india cede su espacio para que continúen las semifinales de la liga de la concacaf, vea en vivo monterrey- cruz azul esta noche por telefutura. ya regresamos. ♪ si, ya se...ya se. tengo que dejar...esto. tengo que llamar a la línea de ayuda gratuita para fumadores. ellos me darán un plan para dejarlo... entonces, ¿vas a... ...dejarlo? todo el mundo quiere que lo deje. mi esposa, mi doctor,... aaah...hasta mi perro. ¿alguien más quiere que lo dejes? ¿eh? ¿qué si alguien más quiere qe lo dejes? ¡yo! yo también quiero dejarlo. línea de ayuda para fumadores... aaah...sí, hola... ♪ >>> señores, seguimos afilados, y quiero que rl garcía muestre las imágenes exclusivas de colate, el esposo de paulina rubio con otra mujer. >>> realmente triste, y sorprendente a estas alturas que colate se esté convirtiendo más famoso que paulina, estas son imágenes de lo que ocurrió la tarde del lunes en un conocido café del área financiera de esta ciudad donde está nicolás con una mujer extraña, no tiene nada de extrañ
meeting and carrying 5,000 brooms. in india a broom is a woman's power. by delivering brooms, we are telling them to clean up their mess. chemical melt down spent 20 tons of gas into their city. they are leading the fight to send justice to their people and the worst fate. mothers carry poisons in their breasts. she accepted the 2004 environmental prize. we are not expendable. we are not flowers offered at the profit and power. we are dancing flames commitmented to darkness and the magic and mystery of life. women have long been slain at the environmental health and justice, from rachel to louis and the family of love canal. to the women of india and around the world fighting to clean up dangerously contaminated community. today more women have more power than ever before, especially more economic power and political power, women can shift the balance of power and change the face of the future. we are the once we have been waiting for as the poet june jordan. if we can bring ourselves to great clarity as to cause and effect. the environment is us, it is our wombs, our breast milk
cup semifinal between india and pakistan will see both prime ministers sitting side by side. welcome. as fierce fighting continues in libya, president obama has not ruled out supplying u.s. weapons to opposition figures in the country. he believed he was losing control of libya and would ultimately step down. a series of interviews with the american news network, president obama called on the leadership around the colonel to make it clear he had to go. >> people don't want him rolling anymore. they will have made a determination to what the most appropriate way to facilitate him stepping down will be. >> what would you make any calls to say, take him? >> we have not gotten to that stage yet. it is fair to say that if we wanted to get weapons into libya, we probably could. we're looking at all of our options at this point. keep in mind what we have accomplished. we have instituted a no-fly zone because it is an international effort. >> could we have it there in a day or two days? >> i will not talk about operations at that level. >> they explained why the president obama would wait an
life with india's maoist rebels, rare access to the group described as the country's biggest security threat. >> it's been confirmed the central libyan town of bin jawad has been retain by troops loyal to colonel qaddafi after heavy fighting between rebels and pro-government forces. the rebels are facing increasingly serious resistance as they move westward from their stronghold. opposition fighters who've been attacking bin jawad pulled back on sunday. we nowç hear reports residents have been fleeing. >> the ebb and flow of these battles in eastern libya suggest a country that's edging closer to civil war. the rebels have pushed westward over the past week, but are likely armed and are meeting stiffer resistance now from pro-qaddafi government forces. >> we got thrown by bombs and by snipers from the side roads that we can see. i didn't even use my guard. i didn't find no target. all i saw is bombs and bullets, and we were trying to escape and come back. >> when a libyan air force jet crashed, it was cause for celebration among the rebels. but they are finding it harder going, and
. in the developing world cities provide an even more important path. condi dr. hunt the future of the india. this was nonsense. the future of his in the cities. the place where poor indians. it is unquestioned the true the life is enormously difficult. it's a life that none of us would want to live for days let alone years. but they're still reasons why people come the. it still beats the poverty deprivation of the rural northeast of the brazil. it beats living in a world in which time seems to stand still and since mortality is endemic. cities provide the promise. it doesn't mean that cities don't create challenges as related to the clean water point. we are close enough to exchange ideas, we are close enough to affect each other with a disease. if we are close enough to sell you a newspaper i'm close enough to rob you. that's the point of cities require a certain amount of well structured government. they require a government that oversees the clean water, that handles congestion, a government that handles crime. and the tragedy of it is, is that government policy have engaged regulating
it was inevitable. somebody or other was going to colonize that part of africa as indeed they colonized india and large parts of the far east and so you had from the 1880s this scramble for africa when you had the europeans get together a large table in berlin and literally sat down and carved up the continent in an extraordinary, arrogant way and britain because it had a powerful navy and was actually sending ships out to india, it had to control the indian ocean which allows them to establish themselves in the late 19th century in kenya. but actually the british were not interested in kenya in the early years. it didn't have a lot of mineral resources and had very, very poor communication in land. when you have a to remember if you have a huge continent like africa and no railways and no airplanes, the only way into the continent is actually in rivers. and kenya never had the sort of big rivers like congo and the zambiezz and before the british got involved stauin developing it, but then, of course, there was the power struggle with the other colonial nations and germany was on the rise and
it was inevitable, somebody or another would colonize that part of africa as indeed they colonize india and large parts of the far east. and so, you had from the 1880s a scramble for africa, he led europeans, and literally sit down and carved off an extraordinary arrogant way. and it happened that britain because it had a powerful navy and was actually sending ships out to india, it had its control over the indian ocean which i found them to establish themselves in the late 19th century of kenya. but actually the british were not interested in kenya in the early years. it didn't have a thought of mineral resources. and it had very, very poor communication and land. what you have to remember is that huge continent like africa, and no roads, no railways and no airways. the only way into the continent was actually the rivers. canyon never had the sort of the big rivers like congo and so on. to give steamships access to the injury. so kenya was left to the very end of the late 19th century before the british got involved at all in developing it. but then, of course, there was the power struggle with
during a visit to india, she was asked about her presidential aspirations. >> you plan to be on top of the ticket? >> actually, i knew you were going to ask me that eventually. don't know yet. >> don't know yet? >> don't know yet. i don't think that there needs to be a rush still to get out there as a declared candidate. i think that there is still plenty of time to find out who else is willing to put their name forward in service. >> with me now, in washington, msnbc's norah o'donnell. hey, norah. >> hey, good to see you, willie. >> good to see you. what exactly is sarah palin doing overseas? what's the idea behind this trip? >> well, this is a rare overseas trip for sarah palin. her first to india and israel an of course it's raising speculation that she is trying to beef up her foreign policy credentials ahead of a presidential run. but she was invited to speak at the india conclave, a prestigious group in front of india's elite. she was paid for that and she decided on her own to go to israel. but she certainly made some news there in india, not only saying that there's no rush
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